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..................... mnlnll IIIJIIrl llllill | IBIIHI Ullillllil11 ] Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3 - MONDAY, DECEMBER 61 2010 51 DCF toaward pital grants; pp!ication deadlin Jan. 31 The Delaware Community Foundation will award a mini- mum of $250,000 in capital grants this year to Delaware non- profit organizations, according to President and CEO Fred Sears II. Over the years, the foundation has given 437 capital grants total- ing $4,547,585, funded mainly through the State of Delaware Fund. Unrestricted endowment and field-of-interest funds also contribute to these grants. Designed to support projects that have a lasting, positive im- pact on the population or region served by the organization, Delaware Community Founda- tion (DCF) capital grants may be used to fund construction, major renovation or repair of buildings and/or the purchase of land as well as, to a limited degree, the purchase of needed equipment. Capital grants typically range from $5,000 to $20,000, with a maximum award of $25,000. Lim- ited funding is allotted for the purchase of equipment; grants generally range from $2,000 to $7,000, with a maximum award of $10,000. Equipment grants will be awarded only for items essen- tial to the applicant organiza- tion's delivery of services. Equip- ment is defined as portable items with a value of less than $10,000. postmarked or delivered to the DCF by Jan. 31, 2011. Recommen- dations for funding will be sub- mired by the grants committee to the DCF board of directors in June 2011; all applicants will be There is a separate application notified of the board's decision form for equipment grants, in writing. Former capital grant "Each year our capital grants recipients must wait for the cam- enable many nonprofit organiza- pletion of two grant cycles be- tions to use existing funding to fore applying for another capital support programs for the people grant, and multi-year capital they serve rather tap critical campaigns can be funded only funding for capital needs," Sears once by the DCF. Agencies re- said. "We received 88 requests ceiving DCF grants must serve this past year, evidence that there . the state of Delaware and its resi- is a strong continuing need for dents without discrimination help with building proiects and based on race, religion, gender, equipment purchases that non- age, disability, national origin or profits' funding typically does sexual orientation. not cover." For information, contact Beth A minimum of $250,000 wail Bouchelle at 302-504-5239 or be available to fund qualified The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations Delaware Community Founda- that serve Delawareans. Each tion's offices are located in Suite grant request must be submitted 115 of the Community Service on a DCF 2011 Capital Grant Ap- Building, 100 W. 10th St. in down- placation Form available at del- town Wilmington and 36 The Completed forms must be Circle in Georgetown. DELAWARE VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTERS ELECT OFFICERS WILLIAM TOBIN of Memorial Fire Company in Slaughter Beach and Janice - Marvelof the Roxana Volunteer Fire Company were recently sworn in as pres- ident of the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter's Association and its Ladies Auxil- iary at the close of their annual conference in Dover. Tobin andMarvel head a volunteer fireand emergency medical services organization that represents 60 volunteer fire departments with more tha~ 6,000 members throtighout Delaware 17sit our trebsile,/br raluabh, ('OllpOll.~" Tri-State Cleaning, L.L.C. Owned and Operated by Tim & Mary Walker since 1963 CARPET, UPHOLSTERY & AREA RUG CLEANING Prehtilanll Care fir a Hulthiir Heine . FINE FABRIC DRY CLEANING 302-644-6554" 302-684-2805 1-800-672-2805 2010 2.51 MODEL CODE AJD VI~I AH.516459 Auto, Satin White PearllUst $21,480 Slock #~1030 '1 SALE PRICE 2011 OUIilACK 2.51 PEMIUM MODEL CODE BOO VINI 1~716 Auto, CYI: s29,237 ~k ~1 I0 SALE PRICE 2010 FORESIER 2.SX SPEC/AL ENT/OIV PAQIIAGE MOC~L CODE AFB VIN# AH900623 Auto, SIx, k Silver/Ust $23,383 SkX:k #r>4Sl0 SALE PRICE FINANCING AVAILABLE As low m 0.~ AI~, faro Molar ~ to qudffi~KI ~p~rerS wflhcrecm. alxo=~ cl .,xC~c~L C~.r ox,~. D~w'.~r st 2oI0" FINANCING AVAILABLE Ai low m 2.9~ AI~I, Ibm Sulo~u Motor Rv~mco to qualmod buy~ ,~l~ apl=ro~N=i cnKlt. Pdo =do4 oxcludod. 0(~ oxplneo December 3 L 2010" RNANCING AVAILABLE As low as 1,9% APtL lhru Subotu Mc4o( F~ to qucdleed ~y~w~o;~o~ov~ c~c.KSt. ~x ,,m .=~.a. on,~ ox~.,,, at ~oi0." or 8004464761 ! 387 N. DuPont Hwy., Dover 0n f~cmt of Dover Me4) Monday-FCt~lay 8:30 o.m. - 8:30 p.m. $clk~ 9 cirri. - 5 p.m. The that makes a d emnce